• Nickelodeon has renewed “The Patrick Star Show” for another season
  • The second season of the “SpongeBob” spinoff will have 26 episodes
  • Three movies from the “SpongeBob” franchise are in the works

“The Patrick Star Show” has been renewed for another season halfway through its freshman run on Nickelodeon.

The network has ordered for a 26-episode second season of the “SpongeBob SquarePants” spinoff, Deadline first broke the news Monday.

The renewal came while the original animated series was still airing its first season, which also has 26 episodes.

The spinoff series chronicles the younger years of Patrick before he became the neighbor and best friend of SpongeBob. On the show, Patrick still lives with his family and hosts his made-up variety show for the neighborhood.

Bill Fagerbakke will still voice the character. Fans will also be thrilled to know that the sophomore run of the series will feature the same cast.

Tom Wilson will still voice Cecil Star, Cree Summer will remain as Bunny Star, Jill Talley will continue playing Squidina Star, while Dana Snyder will keep voicing GrandPat. Other voice stars from the original “SpongeBob” series will also be involved in the new season.

“This next season of ‘The Patrick Star Show’ will embark upon even more imaginative, colorful and hilarious adventures, diving deeper into the Star family’s daily life and escapades,” SVP Animation for Big Kids at Nickelodeon Claudia Spinelli, who developed the show said.

She continued, “For over 20 years, the beloved Patrick Star has provided humor to fans around the world, and we can’t wait to see what he does next.”

Nickelodeon has yet to reveal the release date for “The Patrick Star Show” Season 2.

The animated series is the second spinoff from the hit kids’ show that premiered in 1999. The first was the CG-original “Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years,” which has also been renewed for a second season at Paramount+.

“SpongeBob SquarePants” quickly became the most-watched kids’ animated series since it premiered more than two decades ago. Aside from the two spinoff series, it also spawned a Tony award-winning musical and three feature films. Three more movies are in the works, as per Collider.

The three projects will be direct-to-streaming films and feature original characters from the spinoff series. The first one will arrive in 2023.

Pictured: The SpongeBob Float at the 92nd Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 22, 2018 in New York City. ECP/GC Images/Getty Images